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Glenn Robinson served as President of the Waco, Texas Region of Baylor Scott & White Health from 2007 to 2020. Upon his retirement from the role as President in 2020, Glenn launched Pacer Consultants, LLC specializing in leadership coaching and healthcare consulting. In addition, he serves as an Executive Coach for a number of leaders and organizations across the country. Also, in 2020, Glenn and his son Jacob launched a weekly father-son podcast called Chasing What Matters that focuses on leadership and faith.

In 2021, Glenn began working with Patient Financial Alternatives (PFA) of Boston by helping spread the word of the excellent and meaningful work PFA does to help patients, physicians and health systems.

Glenn came to Waco, Texas from Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he served as CEO of Mary Black Health System. Prior to that, he held CEO positions at a number of other hospitals in Alabama, Oregon, and Texas. Glenn is a graduate of the University of Alabama, but, like all good Georgia boys, still roots for his beloved Bulldogs. He completed his graduate schoolwork at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where he earned a Master of Science in Health Care Administration in addition to a new-found love for a perfectly smoked Texas brisket.

Glenn has more than 30 years’ experience in hospital and healthcare management, he is board certified in healthcare management, and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He also teaches in the MBA Program at Baylor University and serves as an Adjunct Lecturer for Trinity University. Glenn has been the recipient of a number of professional awards, including being named to Tenet Healthcare’s CEO Circle of Excellence in two separate years. One of his personal crowning achievements has been developing a technique for cooking the perfect slice of bacon.

A Past-Chair of the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce, Glenn remains an active member of the Waco community and currently on the Baylor Stadium Authority Board and is the current President of the Waco Business League. Glenn joined the Texas Medical Foundation’s Health Quality Institute Board of Trustees this year. In addition, Glenn also serves on several advisory boards at Baylor University including Truett Seminary and the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences. Glenn previously served as a board member of Pine Cove Christian Camps and Hannah’s Hope Ministries – two non-profit organizations centered on faith initiatives. He also served on the Board of Restoration Gateway – a ministry that operates an orphanage and a 120-bed hospital in rural Uganda.

Glenn served on a number of national and state healthcare policy boards, including the American Hospital Association Board of Trustees. In addition, he served as Chair of AHA’s Regional Policy Board 7. He served as a member of the Texas Hospital Association Board of Trustees, has served as Chairman of both the THA Special Task Force on Medicaid Reform and the Texas Hospital Association’s Council on Policy Development, and co-chaired the Texas Hospital Association and Texas Medical Association Joint Task Force on Medicaid.

Glenn and his wife, Rhonda are active members of Harris Creek Baptist Church in Waco and they have three children: Josh, Jacob (married to Melissa), and Sarah Kathryn (married to Jordan Hannah). In his spare time, Glenn is an avid reader and enjoys a casual round of golf. He and Rhonda enjoy traveling – but most of all spending time with their seven grandchildren – Pierce, Caden, Colt, Annie, Elijah, Chambers, and Spencer – (and grilling on his Big Green Egg).